Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera (Pirates of the Caribbean)
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Product Description

The perfect digital camera for kids of all ages. With the click of a button, photos are easily downloaded into your computer. Then get creative with the included Disney Pix photo editing software. You'll be picture perfect!

Turn Up The Fun and Never Miss a Shot!

Hook on your backpack, purse or keychain and you'll never miss a shot! These micro cameras are easy to use, hold up to 40 photos and priced so you can collect them all.

Exclusive Disney design: Pirates of the Caribbean

Get creative with Disney Pix Photo Editing Software!

With fun and unique tools the powerful and easy to use Disney Pix photo editing software your photos will be picture perfect. It's interactive and let's you create, edit and customize your photos with Disney characters, stamps, frames and more. Just like a pro!

Customer Reviews:
  • Don't Waste Your Money On This One!
    Luckily for me, I got this as a "freebie" with another Disney product purchase; because if I'd paid for it, I'd have been REALLY torqued! While I had no trouble getting the software to load, the picture quality available from this little "toy" is completely useless. You can NOT get a clear picture no matter what the distance or light available is. No flash, no clarity, and minute sized .jpg photos - this is one little camera that is sure to totally disappoint both you and your little ones and end up quickly in the trash can....more info
  • Bad.
    The pictures are dark, and blurry, regardless of the conditions. The included software took almost an hour to install on my kids computer (older Pentium 4 running Windows XP Pro). It has no LCD, so you need to download to see the pictures, and the camera isn't recognized by Windows unless you install the included software. So, don't think that you can bypass installing the horrible bloatware from Disney. Coincidentally, the drivers for the camera were horrible. The installer couldn't locate Windows System files, so I had to search for them myself and enter the path to allow it to complete. All the while with my two kids hovering behind me asking why they wouldn't see the pictures yet!!! AVOID THIS AT ALL COST!!! Another piece of Disney cr#@....more info
  • Awful
    I can't really say anything that hasn't been said before. I bought this camera last July for my son's 4th birthday. It is small, about the size of a box of matches. Too small for small hands.

    Has an LCD on the back, but it only shows picture number, no preview. No flash. Holds about 50-60 pictures, that my son went through in about 3 minutes. He didn't seem to care that he didn't see a preview, but never asked to use it again after we downloaded the first batch of pictures and no one could tell what was in them. I uploaded some examples.

    The viewfinder is not lined up with the lens so even pictures taken by an adult are bad and cut off. Indoor pictures were just terrible, outdoor pictures wouldn't be too bad if viewed only in small preview size, not printed, and if the viewfinder lined well enough to get pictures that weren't all decapitated and the side of the image...

    shoulda just given him my old digital camera and bought a new one for myself......more info
  • A waste of your time and money
    I bought this for my grandchild. It worked for about 1 hour then no images would register. Don't buy it! When it did work the images were terrible!...more info
  • Don't waste your money
    I bought my 9 yr old a Disney micro pix camera for Christmas and it is useless. It doesn't have a flash but I thought it would at least work in bright light. Nope. Everything comes out dark (almost totally black) and blurry. Worse than that, the images don't line up with the viewfinder. I made sure my son was perfectly centered in the viewfinder and the picture still cut off most of his head. I didn't expect quality pictures, but this camera is lacking the most basic functionality. I will say the editing software is kind of cute. Of course, I'll need to buy a new camera before my son can take pictures that are worth editing. Don't waste your money....more info
  • Short battery life
    Very short battery life. Definitely need to use rechargeable batteries to reduce cost of operating it. Batteries died after about 10 pictures. Also, once batteries die, you lose the pictures you have taken; often before I could transfer them to my computer....more info